Report: Hizbullah creates drills for takeover of Beirut

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 19, 2011 13:09

 
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Hizbullah and Amal members organized a drill intended to replicate a military takeover of Beirut, Lebanese media sources reported Wednesday.

The tensions in Lebanon reaches their peak when the commission investigating assassinated prime minister Rafik Hariri submitted findings to the International Court for Justice in the Hague for approval. Hizbullah split from Sa'ad Hariri's ruling coalition after his refusal to disregard to commission results.

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